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I can't find any aerodynamic cones that are suitable for the front of a mk2 or mk3 spaceplane... what do people do? Always use a mk2 or mk3 cockpit?

2 minutes ago, fommil said:

I can't find any aerodynamic cones that are suitable for the front of a mk2 or mk3 spaceplane... what do people do? Always use a mk2 or mk3 cockpit?

ah, there are fuel converters to std cone shapes... just need to flip them round. Ignore me!

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I usually use the shielded docking port.  Aerodynamic shape, high heat tolerance, and it serves a useful function as well.

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For Mk2 inline cockpits (I assume that's what you are using), try using the Mk2/1.25m adapter (short or long works) and an aero cone or a NCS adapter and a CHN-J3 SAS unit. For Mk3, I would use something like the shielded docking port mentioned above or an aero cone or NCS+CHN-J3. 

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LF blisters/drop tanks would be nice. Think the drop tanks used in several aircraft designs but with integrated aero cone, and increased LF storage.

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